The right word can change everything. So can the wrong one.

Every writer needs an editor, because every writer sometimes gets too close to her own work to see the trees for the forest or the forest for the trees. I know this as a writer, myself, and as an editor of other people’s work.

I am available both to edit and to write for freelance clients. Please have a look at the links below.
You will see how and why different levels of editing apply at different stages of a work, and that freelance writing is an option if you want someone else to craft your message from the start. Please also have a look at my own books. I have published both fiction and nonfiction, which should offer reassuring evidence of my skill with both.

If you have questions, please feel free to get in touch with me. Many thanks!
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If you have an important writing project in the works, you will benefit from an editor's eye. It doesn’t matter whether you are a skilled writer or someone who dreads the very thought of writing. Everyone can use objective, professional input, and this is what I offer.

Click here to find out how I can assist you.
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If you do, I hope you’ll enjoy one or more of mine. I also hope there will be another before too long. I can’t speak for you, but I need a book.

Let me explain what I mean by that.
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Because I have written and published my own books—both fiction and nonfiction—I can help not only with crafting effective prose but with developing ideas and framing them for appropriate audiences.

For more details, click here.